In women, Human Papillomavirus is known to cause 82.5% of cervical cancers. It makes sense to take the HPV vaccine as early as possible
Bharati Jacob, founder-partner of Seedfund, a venture investment firm based in Bangalore, had her daughter vaccinated with the Human Papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine when she entered her teens. “My brother-in-law is a paediatrician and he recommended that I vaccinate my daughter. I am pleased I could do something to protect my daughter against cervical cancer," Jacob says.
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